International Roadcheck 2019
Updated: Mar 16, 2020
The CSVA International Roadcheck will take place June 4-6, 2019. During this time, CSVA-certified inspectors will be stationed throughout North America to conduct inspections on motor vehicles and drivers. The focus for this year's International Roadcheck is steering and suspension. The 37-step entire inspection will include matters related to the vehicle, the driver, and the cargo safety and securement. The inspector may conduct the Level II Walk-Around Driver/Vehicle Inspection, Level III Driver/Credential/Administrative Inspection or Level V Vehicle-Only Inspection.
Inspections will also include:
Fuel systems and oil leakage
Wheels, rims and hubs
Items drivers need to be prepared to provide at the inspection include:
Medical Examiner's Certificate and Skill Performance Evaluation Certificate (if applicable)
Driver's record of duty status and vehicle inspection report(s) (if applicable)
Motor Carrier Registration
Drivers will also be inspected on seatbelt usage, sickness, fatigue and apparent alcohol and/or drug impairment.
If no critical vehicle inspection violations are found during a Level I or Level V Inspection, a CSVA decal will be applied to the vehicle, as proof that the vehicle successfully passed inspection. If an inspector identifies a critical vehicle item violation that meet the conditions of the North American Standard Out-of-State Service Criteria, the inspector can render the vehicle out of service until violations are corrected.
For you to have a successful inspected experience, make sure you're prepared beforehand.
All this information and more about the International Roadcheck can be found at https://cvsa.org/news-entry/2019-roadcheck-dates-focus/.